Indium Corporation to Host Utility-Focused EV InSIDER Live Webcast EMSNow

The next installment in Indium Corporation’s free webcast series, EV Insider Livewill address whether U.S. utilities are ready for the electric vehicle revolution on Thursday, September 8 at 11:30 a.m. PT.

By 2030, electric vehicles (EVs) are expected to reach nearly 40 million vehicles on the road in the United States and approximately 12% of all vehicles. This growth in electric vehicles will require a significant increase in the charging infrastructure where people live, work, shop and commute – and the backbone of power generation, grid transmission and distribution utilities. local.

In this webcast, Are utilities ready for the electric vehicle revolution?, consultant and expert in public services Kevin Hernandezpartner at consulting firm ScottMadden, will share his thoughts on what he thinks is the utility industry’s biggest opportunity in a generation, but also its biggest challenge.

Co-facilitated by Indium Corporation’s Global Head of E-Mobility and Infrastructure, Brian O’Learyand Loren McDonald, they’ll dive into key topics with Hernandez, including:

  • How the utility regulatory compact can sometimes present challenges for utilities looking to respond quickly to market changes.
  • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure, battery storage, vehicle to grid, smart charging, etc.
  • Providing electricity to residential and commercial customers is all about data. How will utilities leverage their existing customer relationships and data analytics to best manage the expected explosive growth in electricity demand from electric vehicle charging?

Kevin is a partner of ScottMadden where he specializes in transportation electrification, energy storage and the grid edge. Since joining the company in 2012, he has consulted with a variety of transportation and utility clients on issues ranging from wireless alternatives to electric vehicle integration.

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